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Let the Shaman be your guide.

Mountains can be spiritual, but to access the higher truths they provide, you'll need a ski with the transcendent powers of the Icelantic Shaman Ski. With a wide 160mm diamond-shaped tip and traditional camber profile, the Shaman doesn't just haphazardly get down the mountain, it's a ski that wants to be driven down the hill with power. Its stiff flex and heavy sidecut make the Shaman want to hook up turns whether that be down fresh groomers, or wide open powder bowls. The ski maintains Icelantic's bomber Tri-Axe sandwich construction with full ABS sidewalls, a poplar wood core, and fiberglass laminates above and below to keep the ski stiff and stable at speed. Bombproof steel edges and sintered bases come together to keep the Shaman durable, while reinforced mounting area ensures solid binding retention.

  • Traditional camber
  • Tri-Axe sandwich construction
  • Poplar wood core
  • 110mm waist width
  • Tapered design
  • Made in Colorado, USA

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Most playful ski ever invented

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This is the golden age of ski construction, and there are lots of contenders -- with innovation in sidecut, camber and materials -- but for me, Icelantic has won. I've skied through 3 pairs of these over the last 7 seasons. The crazy wide tip floats nicely, and the significant width underfoot keeps the setup buoyant. On the groomers, the massive sidecut (50mm from tip to waist) makes this thing behave like a specialty carving ski. (It is fairly torsionally rigid despite the width.) Very playful in a variety of conditions.

The downside is in the very steep-- if you are skis across the fall line, you may only have two points of contact -- tip and tail -- because there is soooo much sidecut.

Most playful ski ever invented